Campaign Press Awards Silver Anniversary 1998 - Sponsor Profiles - Best Fashion, Beauty and Healthcare Advertisement - The National Magazine Company

The Campaign Press Awards reward the best British advertising whose success relies on creative excellence that reflects key brand values.

The Campaign Press Awards reward the best British advertising whose

success relies on creative excellence that reflects key brand

values.



Our claim that we publish the best magazine brands in Britain is

supported by the fact that, in an average year, we talk to one in every

three women in the UK - discerning consumers who spend pounds 275

million a year on cosmetics, pounds 337 million on skincare and pounds

2.6 billion on fashion items.



Our commitment to producing high-quality titles provides our advertising

partners with a range of branded opportunities to target readers from

every life stage: from Company, aimed at those women enjoying their

’freedom years’ to Good Housekeeping, the preferred read for the woman

confident in the choices she makes.



Country Living, House Beautiful, She, Zest and Having a Baby have

created strong brand associations in the hearts and homes of UK

readers.



The influence of our titles reaches far beyond the UK: Cosmopolitan and

Harpers & Queen both have a truly global reach.



Our readership is not just limited to women. More than 1.4 million men

read our titles. This includes Esquire, the sharper read for men.



Building brands and relationships beyond the printed page is essential

to us. Cosmopolitan and Esquire have Internet fashion sites. The Country

Living Fair and the Cosmo Show transfer the magazine experience into

live environments. Zest and Good Housekeeping have successfully extended

into masthead programming with BSkyB.



It is a great privilege for the National Magazine Company to sponsor the

Fashion, Beauty and Healthcare category. We recognise those who also

pursue innovation and excellence to engage the dreams and develop their

relationship with our mutual consumers.